The graduates from the Master’s degree course in Hydrogeology can perform highly qualified work (exploration, design and research) in the field of exploration, extraction, use and protection of groundwater. They can be successful in many business areas, including:

  • Research and evaluation of the local and regional resources of fresh, mineral and industrial groundwater;
  • Design of water supplying systems from wells for the needs of household, industrial, agricultural, balneological and other water supplies;
  • Design of water lowering systems from wells and drainages for the needs of different types of construction (mining, industrial and civil, hydro-meliorative, transport and others);
  • Research on the pollution and protection of groundwater and design of sanitary protection areas of water abstraction facilities and monitoring systems for observations and control over the waters;
  • Research and design of geothermal power filtration extraction systems and useful components from the earth recesses;
  • Preparation of hydrogeological documentation for issuing of permits from the Ministry of Environment and Water (MOEW) for the usage of water supply from groundwater and others;
  • Executive and expert activity in the area of groundwater in the state and municipal administration (MOEW, Basin Directorates, Regional Inspectorates of Environment and Water (RIEW), regional and municipal administrations, Regional Inspection for Preservation and Control of the Public Health Read (RIPCPH) and others);
  • Expertise and consultancy on all groundwater issues concerning other (external) institutions, like insurance companies, courts, governmental and international structures and others.
Vocational field 5.7 Architecture, Construction, and Geodesy
Course of study Hydrogeology
Educational and qualification degree Master
Vocational qualification Master in Hydrogeology
Form of study Full-time
Duration of study 1.5 years (three semesters)